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The Power of People-Place Connections is Vital

This fierce independent spirit of simply being an American has helped to define Americans in many ways. Americans place a value on setting themselves apart from the pack in a variety of ways. One way is through education. Americans educate for literacy, mathematical skill, science basics and historical background. Yet today, they attend school, not because they love to learn or because they love to question. They go to school because they love to own. They love to own the things which they can hold, feel and touch. They love to own that which they can present, and claim. Americans love to own things that can be replaced. It is this love that has placed Americans into quite a quandary.

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